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Easy Slipcover Instructions!

8 Easy Slipcover Instructions -- how to make your own


Easy Slipcover Instructions!

from Suzy Quilts

The Ultimate Guide To Quilt Sizes

Quilt Sizes Infographic!!


The Ultimate Guide To Quilt Sizes - Suzy Quilts

T-shirt quilitng: Learn how to stabilize a tee shirt so it doesn't stretch out of shape when you sew it into a quilt.


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from The Craftsy Blog

Flag Quilt Block Tutorial: FREE on Craftsy

Hello! This week in jewelry, I picked up some items from Michaels with pearl accents. I bought 2 charms, another long chain that I used in last week's jewelry featuring pearls, and two sets of 5 short pearl pieces of varying sizes and colors. This is what I came up with: 1. Plain Pearl Necklace I took one of the sets of 5 pearl pieces and decided to connect them together to create a funky pearl necklace. The colors are grey, white, and pink. Pieced together, this necklace ended up being 15 inches. Modeling again for me this week is my pal Shayla. This is what the necklace looks like on! I wore this necklace on a night out this week, and I really love it. It's simple, but pretty cute and goes with a lot of items in my closet, so I might just hang onto this one. 2. Pearl Necklace with Flower and Pearl Charm With the second pack of pearl pieces, I did the same thing as I did with the previous set. I connected the pieces to create a 15 inch long chain, but this time I decided to add a one of the charms I purchased for some visual interest. And this ended up becoming my favorite necklace of the bunch. Check out how it looks on: Which one is your favorite? The plain pearl necklace or the necklace with the charm? 3. Long Pearl Necklace with Charm and Ribbon This necklace is the longest by quite a bit, it's 32 inches long. I didn't have to do much to this because the chain came with a hook, so I added the second of the two charms and that was it! Here's what it looks like on:   Making your own jewelry doesn't have to be a difficult process, and it definitely can be really fun! How do you think I did this week?  


Flag Quilt Block Tutorial: FREE on Craftsy

how to make a quilt - for beginners!


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from Positively Splendid {Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor}

A Guide to Basic Applique

This basic applique guide at Positively Splendid is full of great information for achieving more professional results. A must-read!


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from The Seasoned Homemaker

How to Applique

Appliqué is a fun way to express yourself. Learn How to Applique by following these simple steps. It's easier than you think.


Sewing Machine Applique - The Seasoned Homemaker

from HoneyBear Lane

Quilting Shortcut: the Eight Square Method

Well isn't that clever - a quick way to get 8 half triangle squares


Quilting Shortcut: the Eight Square Method - HoneyBear Lane

Have an old pair of jeans and some bandannas? Turn them into a patchwork…


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Quilting for Beginners {Quilting 101} a few steps in here that I always seem to forget.


How-to: Quilt / Sewing for Beginners | Fiskars